ICEC International Cost Management Journal (ICMJ)

ISSN 2077-8848

Editor – Peter Smith

The ICEC International Cost Management Journal (ICMJ) was established in 2002 and comprises  selected classic peer-reviewed Cost Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Project Management papers published by ICEC members in peer-reviewed academic journals, ICEC world congress proceedings, ICEC Member congress proceedings and other congress proceedings by associations with MOC/MOU agreements with ICEC.

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    1. Volume 1: 1992-1998
    2. A. Larry Aaron, CCE, United States “Steps to Sponsoring Successful Seminars and Symposiums” (1992 ICEC World Congress Korevaar Award – Orlando, Florida, USA)
    3. Bernard A. Pietlock, CCC, United States “Developing Location Factors Using a Factoring Method” (1994 Korevaar Award – London, England)
    4. Ginette B. Basak, P Eng and Ron Beugin, Canada “Enhanced Project Control: A Dynamic and Contemporary Approach to Accessing and Modifying Project Information Using the Intranet” (1998 ICEC World Congress Korevaar Award – Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
    5. Charles P. Woodward, PE CCE and Dr. Kenneth K. Humphreys, PE CCE, United States “The Planning and Execution of an International Project: A Checklist of Actions” (1998 Korevaar Award – Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
    6. Volume 2: 2000-2002
    7. James G. Zack, United States “Are You Prepared for Mediation?” (2000 Korevaar Award – Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
    8. Dr. Gianluca di Castri, Italy “Appraisal of Contractural Claims” (2000 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada )
    9. James G. Zack, United States “Expert Witness Services in Construction Litigation” (2000 Korevaar Award – Calgary, Alberta, Canada and 2002 – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
    10. Dr. Gianluca di Castri, Italy “Organisation and Project Management of a Major Industrial Engineering and Construction Project” (2000 – International Congress, Féderation Internationale des Geomètres, Prague, Czech Republic)
    11. Dr. Gianluca di Castri, Italy “Equitable Payment and Performance Related Payment in Engineering and Construction” (2001 – La Cible, AFITEP, Paris; reprinted in Ingegneria Economica, #73, 2001, AICE, Milan, Italy)
    12. James G. Zack, United States “Calculation and Recovery of Home/Head Office Overhead” (2002 Korevaar Award – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
    13. S. Thomas Ng, Hong Kong, Duc Thanh Luu and Swee Eng Chen, Australia “Decision Criteria and Their Subjectivity in Construction Procurement Selection” (2002 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 2, No. 1)
    14. P. A Bowen, K. S Catell, K. A. Hall and P. J. Edwards, Australia, and R. G. Pearl, South Africa “Perceptions of Time, Cost and Quality Management on Building Projects” (2002 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 2, No. 2)
    15. Volume 3 – 2003
    16. Dr. Kenneth K. Humphreys, PE CCE, United States “Conducting Project Risk Analysis: How to Do It and How Not to Do It” (2003 – NORDNET, Oslo, Norway)
    17. Dr. Gianluca di Castri, Italy “Risks and Disruption in Engineering & Construction Project” (2003 – ACostE Seminar, London, England)
    18. David Scott, Australia, Michael Kwan Wah Cheong and Heng Li, Hong Kong “Web-based Construction Information Management Systems” (2003 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 3, No. 1)
    19. Volume 4 – 2004
    20. Debbie Dow, Australia “Does the Discipline of Project Controls Really Add Value?” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    21. Morten Fangel, Denmark “The Process of Advancing Project Management in Organisations” (2004 – NORDNET, Helsinki, Finland)
    22. Helena Haapoi, Finland “Contracts and Lawyers – Friends of the Project: Proactive Ciontracting for Project Success” (2004 – NORDNET, Helsinki, Finland)
    23. Dr. Kenneth K. Humphreys, PE CCE, United States “Cost Engineering for Projects (in a Worldwide Economy)” (2004 – SENET, Bratislava, Slovakia: subsequently published in Project Control Professional, Journal of the Association of Cost Engineers, Feb. 2006. This paper was recognized by ACostE with the Tony Jarvis Award.)
    24. Valerie Francis, Australia “Supportive Organisational Cultures and Their Effect on Male Civil Engineers” (2004 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 4, No. 1)
    25. Erno Kapp, South Africa “Controlling the Influence of Foreign Exchange and Escalation on Capital Projects” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    26. Johan J. McDuling, PrEng, Prof. Emile Horak, PrEng and Prof. Chris E. Cloete, South Africa “Quantifying the Consequences of Maintenance Budget Cuts” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    27. Annette Kavaleff, Katja Koskelainen and Marjaana Kousal, Finland “Contractural Changes – Control Value and Manage Risks” (2004 – NORDNET, Helsinki, Finland)
    28. Kevin M. Mattheys, South Africa “Development of an Integrated Business and Career Model for Cost Engineering” (2004 Korevaar Award – Cape Town, South Africa)
    29. Hanscomb-Means, United States “The Rise of China – 25 Years of Globalization” (2004 – Hanscomb-Means Report)
    30. Kurt Huber, South Africa “The Integration of the Value Methodology – VM/VE (Value Engineering / Value Management) into the Capital Project Execution Process” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    31. Hanscomb-Means, United States “Design-build Becoming a Revolution” (2004 – Hanscomb-Means Report)
    32. Kristian Jaakkola, Finland “A Way to Successful Strategic Contract Management” (2004 – NORDNET, Helsinki, Finland)
    33. Frank Postula, George Stratton, Quentin Redman and Matthew Kehret, United States “Architecting the Raytheon Production Cost Model (RPCM)” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    34. Dr. Steen Lichtenberg, Denmark “How to Avoid Overruns and Delays Successfully – Nine Basic Rules and an Associated Operable Procedure” (2004 – Hanscomb-Means Report)
    35. Prof. Rob G. Pearl, South Africa “The Architectural and Quantity Surveying Professions in South Africa – Are They Suffering from a Terminal Illness?” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    36. Jan Sandabacka, Finland “Be Sure – The Importance of Confidence in Project Management” (2004 – NORDNET, Helsinki, Finland)
    37. Eugene Seah, Singapore “Do’s and Don’ts for E-Tendering: A Quantity Surveying Perspectived” (2004 Korevaar Award Runnerup – Cape Town, South Africa)
    38. Peter Smith, Australia “Trends in the Australian Quantity Surveying Profession: 1995-2003” (2004 Korevaar Award Runnerup – Cape Town, South Africa)
    39. Dr. Juri Vlach, Slovakia “Public-Private Partnership as a Basis of the Development of Public Procurement” (2004 – SENET, Bratislava, Slovakia)
    40. Dr. Maarten Vrijland, The Netherlands “Cost Overrun in the Public Sector: A Case Study” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    41. Dr. Chandika Diran Wickramatillake, United Kingdom “Co-ordinating Multi-Plans Within a Large Project” ( 2004 – SENET, Bratislava, Slovakia)
    42. James M. W. Wong, Albert P. C. Chan and Y. H. Chiang, Hong Kong “A Critical Review of Forecasting Models to Predict Manpower Demand” (2004 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 4, No. 2)
    43. Prof. Yi-Lin Yim, China “Latest Developments in the Cost Engineering Profession and Higher Education in Mainland China” (2004 – ICEC/PAQS Congress Capetown)
    44. James G. Zack, United States “Project Management in Crisis” (2004 – Cape Town, South Africa)
    45. Volume 5 – 2005
    46. Larry R. Dysert, CCC, United States “So You Think You’re an Estimator” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    47. Patricia D. Galloway, PE, United States “CPM Scheduling and How Industry Views Its Use” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    48. Dr. Andrew F. Griffith, PE, The Netherlands “Scheduling Practices and Project Success” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    49. Dr. Kevin Grosskopf, United States “Project Simulation in Construction Finance Education” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    50. Morten Fangel, Denmark “Systematic Planning and Evaluating the Project Management Effort” (2005 – NORDNET, Copenhagen, Denmark)
    51. Hanscomb-Means, United States “Rating Sustainability – How Green is Your Building?” (2005 – Hanscomb-Means Report)
    52. Dr. Nick J. Lavingia, PE, United States “Managing Risk for Global Energy Projects” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    53. Peter Lawther, Jon Robinson and Sowfun Low, Australia “The Business Case for Sustainable Design – the City of Melbourne CH2 Project” (2005 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 5, No. 2)
    54. Ibrahim A. Motawa, Egypt “A Systematic Approach to Modelling Change Processes in Construction Projects” (2005 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 5, No. 1)
    55. Klaus Pannenbäcker, Germany “Needs Four-Level Certification, the Four-Level-Qualification?” (2005 – ICEC International Roundup)
    56. Anamaria I. Popescu, PE and Andrew Avalon, PE, United States “Retrospective As-Built Schedule Development” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    57. Robert L. Tichacek, PE, United States “Effective Cost Management – Back to Basics” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    58. James D. Whiteside II, PE, United States “A Methodology for Estimating Engineering Details” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    59. John Gengxin Zhao, Canada “Marrying Risk Register With Project Trending” (2005 – AACE International, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
    60. Volume 6 – 2006
    61. Ginette B. Basak, P Eng, Canada “Cost Management in an Imperfect World: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    62. G. Basson, South Africa “The Five Dimensions of TQM on Projects” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    63. Ivo Boscarol, Slovenia “Development and Implementation of a New Airplane” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    64. Christopher Willis Carson, United States “Claims Analysis Nested in Schedule Updates” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    65. Giustina G. S. Consoli, Australia “The Architect’s Dilemma: A Self Reflection in Understanding Prison Design and Construction in Private Prison Projects” (2006 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 6, No.2)
    66. Dr. Sebastian Dworatschek and Alexander Preuschoff, Germany “Present Status of Project Management in Different Industries (Results of a Global Survey)” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    67. Dr. Gianluca di Castri, Italy “New Developments for the Systemic Management of a Major Engineering & Construction Project” (2006 – AICE, Milan, Italy)
    68. Morten Fangel, Denmark “Plan and Evaluate Your Project Management Effort – A Key Issue of the National Competence Baseline for Scandinavia” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    69. Maja Ferle, Slovenia “Implementing Earned Value Management on IT Projects” (2006 Korevaar Award – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    70. D. Forgues, Canada “Maximizing the Outcomes: Connecting Construction Project Results to Business Programmes” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    71. Pekka Forselius, Finland “Software Development Program Characteristics” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    72. Eva Fuessinger, Austria “Maturities of Project-Oriented Companies of About 15 Project-Oriented Nations” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    73. Dr. Mihály Görög, Hungary “The End of the Myth of Best Practice Approach in Project Management” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    74. Dr. Andrew F. Griffith, PE, The Netherlands “Effective Presentation Skills for Cost Engineers” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    75. Prof. A. C. Hauptfleisch, South Africa “An Accelerated Integrated Small Construction Contractor Development Model: A Holistic Approach for a Developing Country” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    76. Dr. Paul H. K. Ho, Hong Kong “Development of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in China” (2006 – Surveyors Times, Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors)
    77. John K. Hollman, PE CCE, United States “Cost Engineering’s Vital Role in Strategic Management” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    78. Kenji P. Hoshino, PSP, United States “Proposed Specification Language Regarding Pacing” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    79. Dr. Martina Huemann, Austria “Project Management Personnel in the Project-Oriented Company – A Case Study” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    80. Dr. Kenneth K. Humphreys, PE CCE, United States “Project Risk Management – Advantages and Pitfalls” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    81. Adesh Jain, India “Discovering New Horizons in Project Management” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    82. Harry W. Jarnagan, PE CCE, United States “The Beach Boys Historical Landmark Project” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    83. Dr. Nick J. Lavingia, PE, United States “How to Create a World Class Project Management Organization” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    84. Edward Logan, United Statesa “Linking the Federal IT Capital Planning and Investment Control and Portfolio Management Process: A Case Study at the Department of Commerce” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    85. Johan J. McDuling, PrEng, Prof. Chris E. Cloete and Prof. Emile Horak, PrEng, South Africa “The Application of Neuro-Fuzzy Methodology to Maintenance of Buildings” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    86. Mary McKinlay, United Kingdom “Why Not Implement EVM?” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    87. Peter Morris and William F. Willson, United States “Measuring and Managing Cost Escalation” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    88. H. P. Moura and J. C. Teixeira, Portugal “Why Can’t Main Project Management Functions Be Achieved in Most Construction Projects?” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    89. R. Murray-Webster and P. W. Simon, United Kingdom “Risk Management in Action?” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    90. L. Jawahar Nesan, United States “Project Finance Model for Small Contractors in USA” (2006 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 6, No. 1)
    91. H. W. Nutt, United States, and M. Shepherd, United Kingdom “Increasing Delivery Value Through Improved Business Development Capability” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    92. Jeffery L. Ottesen, PE PSP, United States “Concentrated Window Analysis Results” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    93. Werner Otto, Germany “Reducing Project Complexity With Cognitive Psychology” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    94. B. Palcic, Canada “Cervical Screening in China: Project Management Considerations” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    95. Milan Krajnc Pavilica, Slovenia “The Effect of Personal Objectives on the Project Objectives” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    96. Renate Prantner, Austria “Assessing and Developing Compentencies of Project Management Professionals” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    97. Peter J. A. Reusch and Dino Schönberg, Germany “European Masters in Project Management – EuroMPM” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    98. P. W. Simon and R. Murray-Webster, United Kingdom “Driven to Precision?” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    99. Peter Smith, Australia “Trends in the Utilisation of Automated Quantities by the Australian Surveying Profession: 1995 – 2005” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    100. Ratko Spaic, Slovenia “Optimal Distribution of Financial Resources in Public Multi-Projecy Management” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    101. George Steel, United Kingdom “Creating Maximum Value” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    102. Johan Steyn, South Africa “Challenges and Lessons, Implementing 1000 Concurrent Projects in a Developing Country” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    103. P. G. Steyn, South Africa “Programme Managing Project Management Process-Portfolios and Business Process-Portfolios in the Organisational Value Chain” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    104. Russell P. Vakharia, CCE PSP, United States “Innovative Approaches to CPM Scheduling Management” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    105. Rob van Hoeve, Netherlands “Did You Ever Consider Installing New Versus Relocated Plants On Investments?” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    106. Dr. J. J. P. (Basie) Verster, South Africa “Managing Cost, Contracts, Communication and Claims: A Quantity Surveying Perspective of Future Opportunities” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    107. Dr. J. J. P. (Basie) Verster, South Africa “Real Time Integrated Cost Planning and Control – Mitigation and Resolution of Claims” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    108. John A. Walewski, G. Edward Gibson, Jr. and Ellsworth F. Vines, United States “Risk Identification and Assessment for International Construction Projects” (2006 – Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    109. James D. Whiteside II, PE, United States “Construction Productivity” (2006 – AACE International, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    110. James G. Zack, United States “Delay & Analysis – Isn’t it Simple?” (2006 – Plenary Lecture, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    111. Volume 7 – 2007
    112. John K. Hollmann, PE CCE and Larry R. Dysert, CCC, United States “Escalation Estimation: Working With Economics Consultants” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    113. John C. Livengood, PSP, United States “Retrospective TIAs (Time Impact Analysis): Time to Lay Them to Rest” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    114. Abhimanyu Basu, PE PSP, United States “4D Scheduling – A Case Study” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    115. Mark T. Chen, PE CCE, United States “ABC of Cash Flow Projections” ( 2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    116. Dr. Kenneth K. Humphreys, PE CCE, United States “Sources of International Cost Data” (2007 – NORDNET, Reykjavik, Iceland with updates to 2005. Based upon 1996 Korevaar Award paper – Guadalajara, Mexico)
    117. Ursula Kuehn, EVP, United States “Earned Value Management – Why Am I Being Forced to Do It?” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    118. Larry R. Dysert, CCC, United States “Best Practices for an Owner Estimating Organization” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    119. Alexia Nalewaik CCE, United States “Construction Audit – An Essential Project Controls Function” (2007 – Cost Engineering, Vol. 49, No. 10)
    120. Jeffery L. Ottesen, PE PSP and J. Scott Palmer, United States “Pangs of Progress: Transition From P3 to P5 (Primavera Scheduling Software)” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    121. H. Lance Stephenson, CCC, United States “Scheduling Management: Schedule Basis Memorandum” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    122. Ray W. Stratton, EVP, United States “Applying Earned Schedule Analysis to EVM (Earned Value Management) Data for Estimating Completion Date” (2007 – AACE International, Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
    123. Jan Sundqvist, Bengt Larsson and Göran Lindahl, Sweden “Cooperation in the Building Sector between Building-Material Manufacturers and Contractors to Develop Products” (2007 – Australian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Vol. 7, No. 2)
    124. Volume 8 – 2008
    125. Desmé Human, South Africa “Implementation of Affirmative Action and Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in the Construction Industry” (2008 Humphreys Award – Association of South African Quantity Surveyors)
    126. John K. Hollmann, PE CCE and Larry R. Dysert, CCC, United States “Escalation Estimating: Lessons Learned in Addressing Market Demand” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    127. David Lucas, United States “Cost Management in a Complex Contracting Environment” (2008 Humphreys Award – AACE International, USA)
    128. Joseph A. Lukas, PE CCE, United States “Earned Value Analysis – Why it Doesn’t Work” (2008 Korevaar Award – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    129. Prof. Mauro Mancini, Italy “The Time Related Cost Index ‘TRCI’ “ (2008 Humphreys Award Entry – Associazione Italiana d’Ingegneria Economica)
    130. Hugh McGaw, Australia “Marketing of the Quantity Surveying Profession in Australia” (2008 Humphreys Award – Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors)
    131. John G. Musgrove, PE, United States “If You Build It, They Will Come – Making Project Historical Data Useful” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    132. Bostjan Bozic, Slovenia “Project-Based Integral Development of Youth in Slovenia” (2008 Humphreys Award – Slovenian Project Management Association)
    133. Peter Cox, Australia, FAIQS “Are We Really a Teflon Coated Profession? (Quantity Surveying)” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    134. Kevin Coyne, PE PSP, United States “Leveraging the Power of 4D Models for Analyzing and Presenting CPM Schedule Delay Analyses” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    135. Dr. Gianluca di Castri, Italy “Time Span of Discretionality: A Way of Measuring Job Levels in Public and Private Organisations” (2008 – AICE, Milan, Italy)
    136. Jeffery L. Ottesen, PE PSP CFCC, United States “Put Some Punch in Your Pen (Effective Technical Writing)” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    137. J. Scott Palmer, United States “P5 to P-Sixes: Transition from P5 to P6 (Primavera Scheduling Software)” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    138. Lloyd Kenneth Rankin, Canada; Tim Slootman, Netherlands; and Dr. George F. Jergeas, PEng, Canada “The Industry’s Perspective on Workforce Planning for Major Projects” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    139. Mark C. Sanders, PE CCE PSP, United States “Forensic Schedule Analysis: Example Implementation” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    140. Jose Angelo Valle and Carlos Alberto Pereira Soares, Brazil “The Use of Earned Value Analysis (EVA) in the Cost Management of Construction Projects” (2008 – IBEC, Rio de Janiero, Brazil)
    141. James D. Whiteside II, PE, United States “A Practical Application of Monte Carlo Simulation in Forecasting” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    142. Murray Woolf, United States “When is the Critical Path Not the Most Critical Path?” (2008 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
    143. Volume 9 – 2009
    144. Alexia Nalewaik CCE MRICS and Larry Eisenberg MPA, United States “The Value of Continuous Program Assessment: A Construction Owners Perspective” (2009 – Property World, Fall 2009)
    145. Alexia Nalewaik CCE MRICS and Jeffrey Witt, United States “Challenges Reporting Project Costs and Risks to Owner Decisionmakers” (2009 – AACE International, Seattle, Washington, USA))
    146. Alexia Nalewaik CCE MRICS, United States “Applying Internal Controls Skills on Construction Projects” (2009 – RICS Americas, New York, USA))
    147. Daniele Cimiotti, Italy “The Time Related Cost Index, “TRCI”” (2009 – AICE, Milan, Italy)
    148. Volume 10 – 2010
    149. Alexia Nalewaik, United States. “Systemic Audit and Substantive Evaluation in the Built Environment“. 2010 Joint ICEC World Congress & PAQS Congress Proceedings, Singapore
    150. Teoh Wooi Sin & Nancy Lim Yu Ying, Singapore, “Constructing a Zero Energy Building”, 2010 Joint ICEC World Congress & PAQS Congress Proceedings, Singapore
    151. Takayoshi Sato, Japan, “Use of BIM as a Cost Planning Tool”, 2010 Joint ICEC World Congress & PAQS Congress Proceedings, Singapore
    152. Daniel Ho, Hong Kong, “Cost of Green Home Initiatives in Urban Renewal Projects”, 2010 Joint ICEC World Congress & PAQS Congress Proceedings, Singapore
    153. Peter Smith, “Life Cycle Costs & Housing Affordability Measurement”, 2010 Joint ICEC World Congress & PAQS Congress Proceedings, Singapore
    154. Rob van Hoeve, The Netherlands, “How DACE Succeeded in Publishing Labour Cost Norms”, 2010 Joint ICEC World Congress & PAQS Congress Proceedings, Singapore
    155. Volume 11 – 2011
    156. Patricia McLaughlin, Peter Davis & Anthony Mills, Australia. “Pathways to Formally Assessed Workplace Placement – Employers’ Perspectives on Collaborative Education in the Construction Industry”. 2011 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Colombo, Sri Lanka
    157. John Boon, C Prigg & I. Mohammad, New Zealand. “Cost Modelling in a BIM Environment”. 2011 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Colombo, Sri Lanka
    158. Volume 12 – 2012
    159. Aldo Dorea Mattos, Brazil “Management Challenges of Building a World Cup Stadium in the Amazon”., 2012 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Johannesburg, South Africa
    160. Basie Verster & C. Greyling, South Africa, “Sustainable Human Settlement in Development – The Challenge for Housing Delivery in South Africa”, 2012 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Johannesburg, South Africa
    161. Gianluca di Castri, Italy, “Project Management & Controls in Europe – Challenges for the Future”, 2012 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Johannesburg, South Africa
    162. Sylvester Oluoch & Njeri Wachira-Towey, Kenya, “An Investigation Into the Use & Application of Knowledge Management by Quantity Surveying Firms in Kenya”, 2012 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Johannesburg, South Africa
    163. Nic Bennett & Alexia Nalewaik, South Africa/USA, “Qualifications & Barriers to Professional Recognition in Cost Engineering”, 2012 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Johannesburg, South Africa
    164. Els Van der Merwe & A. Hauptfleisch, South Africa, “Critical Success Criteria & Success Factors in Project Management – A Quest to Enhance Generic Professional Practice”, 2012 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Johannesburg, South Africa
    165. Volume 13 – 2013
    166. Florence Ling & Xiuling Ho, Singapore. “Using the Judo Strategy to Compete With Construction Business Rivals”. 2013 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Xian, China
    167. Peter Smith, Australia. “BIM & Automated Quantities – Implementation Issues for the Australian Quantity Surveying Profession”. Best Academic Paper Award. 2013 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Xian, China
    168. Peng Ming, Zhang Lijie & Wu Hengqiang, China. “Research on Application of BIM Technology to Building Project’s Full Life Cycle”. 2013 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Xian, China
    169. Liu Jia & Zhang Wei, China. “BIM Based Consultancy Application in Project Shanghai Tower”. 2013 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Xian, China
    170. Volume 14 – 2014
    171. Florence Ling & Xiuling Ho, Singapore, “Using the Judo Strategy to Compete With Construction Business Rivals” , 2014 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Hong Kong
    172. Anthony Mills, Mario Mendez & Alexia Nalewaik, Australia/USA, “Alliance Skills & Culture – Addressing Project Management Behaviours in Construction Alliances”, 2014 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Hong Kong
    173. Angelo do Valle & C.A. Pereira Soares, Brazil “Effective Implementation of Project Management Offices (PMO) in Organizations”. 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    174. Gianluca di Castri, Italy, “Planning, Scheduling & Controlling Long Term Projects”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    175. Alan Hamilton, USA, “Owner Cost Estimate Reviews”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    176. Bernardo Nicoletti & Carlo Andreoli, Italy, “Total Cost Management & Cloud Computing”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    177. TT Cheung, Hong Kong, “The Use of Dispute Avoidance Systems as a Means of Cost Control Measures for Public Projects in Hong Kong”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    178. Alan Muse, Justin Sullivan & Peter Smith, United Kingdom/Australia, “Improving Certainty in Construction – The Need for International Standards”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    179. Peter Cox, Australia, “Application of Cost Management Principles to Strategic Program Planning, Project Planning & Asset Management”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    180. Felix C. Bartholomew, USA, “Job Stress – What PMs Can Do About It”, 2014 ICEC World Congress Proceedings, Milan, Italy
    181. Volume 15 – 2015
    182. Alexia Nalewaik & Anthony Mills, USA/Australia, “Project Stakeholder Concerns & Expectations”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan
    183. Peter Smith, Australia, “Professional Standards for Quantity Surveying & Cost Engineering – Global Issues & Strategies”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan
    184. Goh Ngan Hong, Singapore, “Adjudication as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism – An Analysis of Adjudication Statistics in Singapore”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan
    185. Khoo Sze Boon, Singapore, “Early Contractor’s Involvement – A Paradigm Shift in Procurement Approach”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan
    186. Leong Boon Tik, Ang Fuey Lin & Chiew Seng Khoon, Malaysia, “A Study Into the Financial Performance of Malaysian Green Developers”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan
    187. Ellen Lau, Hong Kong, “A Critical Review of Cost Benefit Analysis In Use for Both Public & Private Projects”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan
    188. Zhang Daping, China, “Effective Cost Management of China Mega Projects”, 2015 PAQS Congress Proceedings, Yokohama, Japan